Liberal Arts students may apply for Liberal Arts enrichment funds to support their participation in:
- Education abroad/international experience
- Undergraduate Research
- Please note, if you are seeking funds to participate in a conference in which you are presenting research, you should submit an Undergraduate Research Conference Travel Request NOT an enrichment application. The instructions for the Undergraduate Research Conference Travel Request are located further down on this page.
When you submit a Liberal Arts enrichment funds application, the application information will be shared with your academic department, in the event they have department-based resources to support your experience.
In addition to College-level resources, you're strongly encouraged to apply for University-level support for your enrichment experiences if applicable.
Education Abroad/International Experiences:
offers grants and scholarships, some need-based and some merit-based. There also is some financial support for participation in specific programs, especially in non-traditional study abroad locations.
Liberal Arts majors participating in the summer Tel Akko Total Archaeology Field School Program are encouraged to apply for the Tel Akko Enrichment Fund through the College's online enrichment funds application system.
Undergraduate Research/Conference Travel and/or Internships:
Liberal Arts majors participating in an internship experience are encouraged to apply for The Virginia Todd Chapel Executive Internship Program. Undergraduate students selected will receive a $5,000 award to support their internship experience. Eligibility requirements and application instructions for The Virginia Todd Chapel Executive Internship Program can be found on our website.
Penn State Undergraduate Research Conference Travel Request to support your travel to a conference to present your research. This form should be submitted to your academic department for approval first. The application, together with any supporting materials the student or mentor would like to include, should then be forwarded to the Career Enrichment Network after the mentor's approval has been obtained and at least thirty (30) days before the travel date. NOTE: Multiple requests from the same academic department to attend the same conference should be submitted together. Career Enrichment Network staff will forward all forms to the Schreyer Honors College (if applicable) or to the Office of Undergraduate Education. Once approval has been received, students will receive e-mail notification from the College of the Liberal Arts.
Schreyer Summer Internship/Research Grants to support your participation in internship or research experiences.
Summer Discovery Grants to promote faculty/undergraduate collaboration as students engage in original research, scholarship, and creative work during the summer under the direct supervision of a faculty member.